Cultural Event - Semester Two

Cultural Event - Semester Two - Sydney Schubert Seora...

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Sydney Schubert Señora Sotelo Español 202 17 marzo 2013 Cultural Event On Monday, March 10, 2013, I attended the film, El Premio , at the University of Cincinnati: Main Street Cinema. It is the story of a girl who does not know how to act in the contradictory and cruel world during the dictatorship in Argentina, and how many worlds are often contradictory and cruel. It is a story about the life of a mother and a daughter as they struggle to survive during the dictatorship. The film was directed by Paula Markovitch and includes actresses Paula Galinelli, who plays Cecelia; and the mother, Laura Agorreca. The film was presented in Spanish with English subtitles. The film focused on the difficult life of a mother and daughter during the time of the dictatorship in Argentina and it was difficult to compare to American films because there was not a much dialogue as in American films. The setting of the film was very dark and gray and had a sad a negative theme to it. It seemed to always be raining or as if a storm had just occurred. The opening scene of the film began with the setting of the seaside right before a big storm. Cecelia was walking along the seaside in her skates and was walking towards her house. When she returned, the setting was of her home where she and her mother lived. While talking with her mother one night, her mother brought up the idea of a school being nearby. Cecelia began to attend the school and began to make new friends. She became close friends with another female classmate who taught her prayers and the Sign of the Cross.
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  • Spring '13
  • Goddard
  • Spanish, Interpersonal relationship, Cecelia

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